BROKEN GLASS AT THE VAUDEVILLE
Arthur Miller’s play Broken Glass, which reflects on the American Jewish experience during the Nazi ascendancy in Germany, sees the return to the London stage of two of the country’s finest actors, Anthony Sher and Tara Fitzgerald. After reading about the events of Kristallnacht, Fitzgerald’s character Sylvia is rendered paralysed. Until 10 December, Vaudeville Theatre, WC2R 0NH. Tickets £22.70-£47.50 from www.nimaxtheatres.com
FOOD, CHEFS, FILM
To coincide, three top hotels are hosting foodie film screenings introduced by top chefs, along with Q&As and three course dinners. Bill Granger (right), Laura Santtini and Lucas Hollweg are on board to introduce Eat Drink Man Woman, Waitress and Chocolat at the Soho Hotel, covent Garden Hotel and Charlotte Street Hotel. Tickets £55. More info: www.firmdalehotels.com
LONDON JAZZ FESTIVAL
One of the capital’s most diverse music events, the London Jazz Festival, returns this November. Highlights to book tickets for now include a rare London performance from the majestic Cape Verde songstress Cesaria Evora, an appearance by vocalist and harpist Lucinda Belle . Information, dates and prices can be found at www.londonjazzfestival.org.uk.